American Marine (beginning of the 21st century)

American Marine (beginning of the 21st century)

The US Marine Corps is an important branch of the US Armed Forces, with about 200 thousand, specially trained members.

History

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Questions

  • How many active members does the US Armed Forces have?
  • How many active members does the US Navy have?
  • How many active members does the US Marine Corps have?
  • Which is the main service tank of the US Marine Corps?
  • How many tanks does the US Marine Corps have?
  • Where did US Marines NOT fight?
  • What is the nickname for members of the US Marine Corps?
  • Is it true that the US Marine Corps is an elite branch of the US Armed Forces?
  • When was the US Marine Corps established?
  • During which war conflict was the US Marine Corps established?
  • Where did US Marines NOT fight?
  • Which of these is an abbreviation of a branch of the US Armed Forces?
  • Who established the US Marine Corps?
  • What is not part of the basic armament used by US Marines?
  • What is not part of the basic armament used by US Marines?
  • What is the rate of fire of the M4 carbine?
  • What is the muzzle velocity of the M4 carbine?
  • Is it true that US Marines had an important role in World War II?
  • What is the name of the war of the US against Iraq, fought in 1991 to liberate Kuwait?
  • What is the codename of the US-led operation of the Gulf War?
  • What is the muzzle velocity of the Beretta M9 pistol?
  • What is the effective range of the Beretta M9 pistol?
  • How much does an unloaded Beretta M9 weigh?
  • How much does an unloaded M4 carbine weigh?

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American Marine

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